The Ultimate Guide to HDR Portraits + 3 Free Lightroom Presets!
With the way cameras are developing, we thought we would give you the ultimate guide to HDR portraiture. Specifically, how…
Real Estate Photography Equipment Guide | Cameras, Lenses, Accessories, & Editing Software
In this article, we will go over all of the equipment you’ll need to achieve professional results, including cameras, lenses, tripods, flash, and other accessories.
How To Preserve A Saturated Sunset In Your HDR Images – Weekly Edit Season 2 Episode 5
There are many different ways to edit a landscape image with a lot of dynamic range, but the main concerns…
The 2012 Venus Transit HDR – How We Shot It
About a year ago, the planet Venus passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, an event which will not happen again until the year 2117. (Hopefully by then, we’ll be referring to it as “stardate 2-1-1-7” right?)
Using Adobe Bridge to re-process 2007 HDR Landscapes! – How We Shot It
Having been a digital photographer for a decade now, one of my favorite things to do is to re-open old images with the latest and greatest post-processing tools available today. Here is an example of an image from 2007, which means I first processed it in Adobe Bridge CS, or CS2, using the original 2003 “Process Version”. This version has been re-processed in Bridge CS6, using the 2012 Process Version and the SLR Lounge Preset System for Adobe Camera Raw. Enjoy!
How To Create An HDR Image Using Simple Photoshop Layering
Most of today’s latest and greatest cameras have incredible amounts of dynamic range, however that doesn’t mean you should just go blasting away at your shadows with recovery sliders and brushes. The best image quality from a camera still comes from proper exposures. So if you have a scene that is almost manageable within a single capture, but you’d still like to reduce noise in shadow areas or improve your highlight preservation, you can do so without having to set up more than just two photos with separate exposures.